CHAMP Mentoring 2015 Schedule
ICCI Coffee House Attorney Mentor Program (CHAMP) is a free and informal group mentoring program centered on applying ICCM concepts to active cases. Session topics may include family law, criminal law, general litigation, high conflict cases, negotiation, mediation, applying attachment theory to law, personality theory for lawyers, applying the 4-Step Change Process model, and applying other ICCI counseling techniques. These sessions are open to all lawyers of any skill level. Some sessions may involve Co-mentors, and may be topic specific (check back for updates). The only requirement for attendance is to sign an agreement to keep client information confidential. RSVP is required. Participation is limited to 4 mentorees per session.
All sessions are hosted by Mark Baumann, J.D., who has 26 years experience of lawyering, mediating, judging, and problem solving in family, criminal, business, landlord-tenant, Native American law, and general litigation. His area of focus is now family law litigation and mediation, and professional development. CLE credits are not available.
Location (unless otherwise noted below): Storyville coffee, 1001 1st Ave, Seattle WA (First and Madison)
Time: 3:15-4:30 (or as indicated)
Dates (RSVP required):
February 20, with guest co-mentor Andrekita Silva at her office, 1221 Second Avenue, Suite 500
Seattle, Washington. Andrekita is an experienced family law litigator and mediator.
May 15, Starbucks 601 Grady Way, Renton, 8:30-9:30 a.m.; Starbucks, 15600 NE 8th, Bellevue, noon-1:00.
May 23, 1337 W. 5th, Port Angeles, WA, (tentatively) 10:00-noon.
May 30, Ballard Neighborhood Service Center, 5604 22nd Ave NW, Seattle, from 1:00-2:00.
(These are not associated with any other CHAMP or other mentor programs by other organizations, unless specifically indicated in the notice.)